Shaheed Diwas: How Should Youth Follow Numerological Message Given By Our Freedom Fighters?

 Shaheed Diwas: How Should Youth Follow Numerological Message Given By Our Freedom Fighters?

Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, and Rajguru, three of the greatest revolutionaries in the struggle for Indian independence, were executed by the British on March 23, 1931. This is the reason behind the nation's annual celebration of Shaheed Diwas, or Martyrs Day, on March 23.

Today is a day to pay homage to the sons of Bharat mata, immortal martyrs, Amar Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev Thapar, and Shivaram Rajguru, who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of the country. Bhagat Singh is a great example for today's youngsters because of the bravery with which he battled the powerful British government for the country's freedom. He sacrificed his life as a martyr for his nation. The slogan of Inquilab Zindabad given by Bhagat Singh still fills the hearts of the youth with enthusiasm and pride. 

Numerological Message of the Day and Date 23 March 1931
Going 92 years back again into history, the very day when our real heroes were executed by Britishers. Their selfless deeds and sacrifice granted India the freedom ultimately in 1947. Hence proving the real kingship and undying love for Bharat Marta. 
Therefore, when we talk about the message the day and date convey to the people was—- The Numerological message of 23/03/1931 which comes to the number ‘4 ‘ when adding the total sum.  

The Numerological number ‘4’ is associated with kingship, rule, stability, and discipline in natural reality. Hence, the day itself delivered a message that their  consistency and discipline, and true patriotism for Bharat Mata was greatly exemplified by our real heroes. And it will keep inspiring our youth generation after generation.    
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Why is Martyr's Day celebrated?
On March 23, the British hanged three freedom fighters Bhagat Singh, Shivram Rajguru, and Sukhdev Thapar. At a young age, these heroes fought for the freedom of the country and sacrificed their lives. Along with this, Bhagat Singh, Shivram Rajguru, and Sukhdev have become sources of inspiration for Indians. Their evolution and enthusiasm flow in the veins of today's youth. This is why India celebrates Martyr's Day every year on 23rd March to pay homage to these three great revolutionaries.

Prayers held in remembrance of great Heroes
Tributes are paid to Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, and Shivram Rajguru on the occasion of Martyr's Day. Various educational institutions organize silent meetings and government and non-government organizations on this occasion and prayers are offered for the peace of the souls of the heroes. In many places, a program of essay writing and public speech is also organized on March 23 Martyr's Day.

All about India’s Real and Brave Heroes 
1. Bhagat Singh: Bhagat Singh, who sacrificed his life for the motherland, was born on 28 September 1907 in Lyallpur, Punjab. Together with Chandrashekhar Azad and other party members, Bhagat Singh courageously fought the powerful British government with unprecedented courage for India's independence. He was greatly influenced by the ideas of Marx. Bhagat Singh's slogan 'Inquilab Zindabad' is quite famous. This slogan worked to fill the countrymen with enthusiasm. It means long live the revolution.

2. Martyr Sukhdev: Sukhdev was born on May 15, 1907, in Punjab's Lyallpur Pakistan. The families of Bhagat Singh and Sukhdev lived close to each other in Lyallpur and there was a deep friendship between the two heroes. Not only this, but both were also students of Lahore National College. Sukhdev had supported Bhagat Singh and Rajguru in the Saunders murder case.

3. Shaheed Rajguru: Shaheed Rajguru was born on August 24, 1908, at Kheda in the Pune district. Apart from being an admirer of Rajguru Shivaji's guerilla style, Lokmanya was also influenced by the ideas of Bal Gangadhar Tilak.

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